Read out to find what kind of yoga asanas should mothers-to-be practise?

Read out to find what kind of yoga asanas should mothers-to-be practise? The journey to motherhood is full of events and not at roadblocks. The new mother should remember her diet, her health and her overall well-being. Grand Master Akshar, a charitable philanthropist, spiritual leader, lifestyle coach, yoga-preneur and author says yoga creates selfishness in the whole situation, as well as bringing physical health.

She said that you can gain strength, flexibility, strength, and the ability to lower your mind. In these ways, you can fill your heart with joy and gratitude, and these are passed on as positive aspects of your child’s development.

Chandra Namaskar

The scientific sequence of nine-dimensional yoga poses a Chandra Namaskar or moon salute. The moon represents emotions, intelligence, and taste. Since Chandra Nadi is running on the left side, you should start with Chandra Namaskar with your left leg first. Chandra Namaskar if done in evening is very well at 6pm looking at the moon. Doing this namaskar during the full moon is very nourishing for the body and soul. You can also make Chandra Namaskar at any time of the day.

Read out to find what kind of yoga asanas should mothers-to-be practise?
Read out to find what kind of yoga asanas should mothers-to-be practise?

Baddha Konasana

– Start by taking Dandasana

– Fold your legs and bring together the soles of your feet

– Pull your heels close to your pelvis

– Gently bend your knees

– Empty air from your stomach and then lean your upper body forward and place your forehead down

Kaliasana

– Increase your feet width and toes point outwards

– Sit in a deep, low place

– The back should be kept straight

– Raise your arms and bring them to your shoulders

– Bend your elbow and open the palms of your hands to the sky

Murcha Pranayam

How

– Sit in any comfortable position (such as Sukhasan, Ardha Padmasana or iPadmasana)

– Align your back and close your eyes

– Prapthi Mudra which is done by placing your palms on your knees facing up

– Bend your head forward and reach for your chin on your chest

– Fill your lungs with air by breathing in through your nose

– Raise your head, take it from behind and place your head on your shoulders

– Open your mouth without breathing

– Keep your breath as long as possible

– After holding your breath for a while, close your mouth, bend your head forward, reach your chin close to your chest and then breathe out

Duration: You can start by getting used to this practice for five minutes a day and then increase it later.

Benefits

* Prevents genetic diseases By altering the structure of the DNA, it prevents the genetic diseases

* It also gives the person a subtle sense of happiness.

* Improves the mental capacity of physicians.

* It completely cleanses the mind and the doctor feels very happy and light, which can be compared to the feeling of floating.

Meditation techniques such as Swaas Dhyan, Sthithi Dhyan and Sakshi Dhyan can also be helpful during pregnancy. Give at least 20-30 minutes regularly for yoga asanas, pranayama and meditation on your well-being. The benefits include good health, awareness and confidence throughout your pregnancy, says a yoga coach.

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